LMS 3.2 on Solaris 10.
I just realized that our 7609's are listed as 7606's. I just tried updating the device packages and didn't see anything pertaining to 7609's and they are still listed as 7606's.
Is there a device package for the 7609's? They have been around for a long time, I'm surprised there isn't a way to properly manage them with LMS.
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Chassis with this sysObjectID are 7606-S routers. So LMS is correct. If these are actually nine-slot chassis, then something is wrong on the device side. The 7609 sysObjectIDs are 188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206.509 and 220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168.864.
No, the sysObjectID is built into the chassis. I haven't been able to find a bug that explains this behavior. Post a "show version" from one of these switches as well as a walk of the entPhysicalTable.
Great, we need to upgrade IOS to fix LMS...too bad this is on our key devices making outages nearly impossible.
As always, thanks for the information. You've helped me many, many times with my LMS questions!
LMS highlighting this bug is a mixed blessing.
On the other hand, you are running an aging IOS image (12.2(18)SXF17a is the current revision in that train - Release Notes) and the devices haven't been reloaded in over two years. As relatively high end key network devices, does your network design have redundancy built-in? A reload on a 7609 will cause that device and any services it provides to be offline for 1-2 minutes. You may be able to use that as a catalyst for design modification to remove the single point of failure (if such is indeed the case). You would also have the benefit of addressing other bug fixes which may not be so benign as the one Joe highlighted.